November 30, 2005 Subject:
take some lsdizzle and listen to this full blast
November 24, 2005 Subject:
More Threshold People
Like your off-edge sounds.
If you dig non-Euclidean geometry, local history and punk rock, check out The Creeping Past
Reviewer:Arthur Limbo -
October 17, 2005 Subject:
Dance Music of a Mutant Future
Another non-Euclidian release from "This Plague of Dreaming", it further cements the label's reputation of distributing "Alien Music for Alien Youth". Here we have horror films from yesteryear as viewed from a prism both utterly modern and yet totally not of this Earth. Toxic prophecies from the past seeking a wider audience via warped electronics and groovy subdued dance beats. Blood craving zombies on the streets, horrific mutations, Frankensteinian abortions, the destruction of the human race: All on display here, and now we realize the grim, bleak truth... The horror movies of old weren't just cheap, tacky entertainment, they were in fact cinematic prophets describing a monstrous future (that is, if you choose to view the idea of turning into a mutant as monstrous... some of the New Breed are quite entertained by such a notion and await that day gleefully).
So it would be in your best interest to listen to this album so you will be prepared for the mutant apocalypse that surely awaits us in the future. I recommend in particular "Behemoth" and "Radio Zombi", but these are just highlights in a work that needs to be appreciated as a whole. Remember, it is not just music: It is also offering to Halloween gods, hymns to nightmares, and perhaps, in the end, a survival manual to the abstract future. What sounds weird today will be the pop singles of tomorrow. Don't YOU want to be on the cutting edge?